Narrator: What happens at the weekly club party you throw, never stays there, sucka.
The very leash you wore in style is now your last lifeline – cinched so tightly, cutting off your last attempt at redemption. You’ve misbehaved for far too long. It’s time for you to run, or get ran outta town.
Until then…FACE THE F***ING MUSIC.
Deathrock exorcists VR Sex return with the fantastic, snarling Dog Complex. Following up on their sinister Cyber Crimes released earlier this month, the band brings forth another livid tune, this time lashing out at megalomaniac predators. Devoid of satire and sarcasm, Cyber Crimes fights for the victims, with a sobering scene report for the current state of affairs. The nightlife scene is rife with toxic vampires bent on feeding their bloated egos with violence, aggression, and mental gymnastics, and VR Sex does not mince words in their lyrics:
“You’ve got a dog complex and no respect….You’re on a rapist A-list, excommunicated.”
“A once -innocent digital playground has turned into a panopticon for pedophiles and predators – waiting, watching, baiting, and stalking,” says the band. “2020 proved to be the tipping point in exposing these bloodsuckers within the world of music and art.”
Though the song means business, the accompanying sleaze-laden video, depicting a creep on the prowl, shows an almost cartoonish parody of these cads in exile, desperate for a fix. The leather-clad biker with a jacket saying “LOVER” rides a child’s Big Wheel, he rummages for sex toys in the rubbish; he slinks around women in a pool like the slime topping a polluted river, and flexes onstage, hoping for that hit of adoration.
The film was produced, filmed, and edited by Andrew Clinco/Danny Perez and shot on a Canon GL2 / Panasonic Newvicon. It stars Aaron Montaigne, Krystal Barboza, Amanda Rogers, Chantelle.
Watch “Dog Complex” below:
VR SEX releases their Cyber Crimes EP on the 29th of April. Until then stream the track here.
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